I have some feedback regarding the new weekly stats.
Thanks for including the number of active translators, that's helpful. And thanks a lot for providing the stats at all, of course.
I'm not convinced about showing the number of jobs instead of units, though. This makes it harder (technically impossible) to judge the actual volume of available work and we can't directly compare it to older weekly reports that used units.
And if the goal is to understand how likely we are to find work at a specific time, using collections would make more sense.
Say, for example, that we notice a lot of jobs tend to be available around 2 am. We might decide to stay up longer, only to find out that these were either tiny jobs or bundled in one or two big collections that were picked up immediately by other translators.
I think an ideal solution would be to show both units and collections somehow, and maybe even combine the weekly and daily chart. I understand why they have been separated and maybe the resolution options of the software you are using are limited, but having one vertical chart for the whole week would make the most sense to me. The thickness of the bars could be reduced, and not every hour needs to be labeled.
The graphs for units and collections could be shown next to each other or combined into one, with the latter expressed through a color/value gradient (taking color-blind people into consideration). But I guess in combination with the Standard/Pro distinction that might get a bit much. Perhaps there is a better way to combine them.
Edit: Another idea would be to release the data e.g. in form of an additional XML file, so everyone can do their own analysis.